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Enjoy life, family and friends. Learn and teach, travel and dance!
I am an easy-going person, I love to read, study and to travel. To talk with people, listen music and learn about different cultures and ways of living. I am multicultural and with a wide prospective. I adore my kids and my family. I am dynamic and fun. I love my job, to be in touch with nature and with the history of the Earth, to be capable of reading in the rocks the past and the evolution. I enjoy my city and their people, the antiques tales and the tango. I am a family person, but at the same time a free spirit.
I am a very eclectic person, I like everything that is good and healthy. My major interest is to enjoy life!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I have not experience in CS but I think is a great idea and intent to try it!
Water sports, swim, long walks, the sea. Read, talk, work in my field and travel.
Nature and arts!
Music, Movies, and Books
Borges, Cortazar, Carlos Fuentes, Miguel Asturias, etc.
Clasic music, salsa, tango, folk, rock, all music.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I was working in the India-Pakistan border in one humanitarian mission after a major earthquake. We need permission from the locals for working there, a very old town with strage, very tall and red-hair people in the middle of nowhere. I was invited to the Ancient Council to explain our job, we sit there and all the people from the town was looking at me from outside the windows. It was the first time in thousands of years that a woman was accepted to join the council!
Suddenly a ten years old boy run to me, I did not know what to think and I was a little scare. In his hand it was a rock, and he gave it to me. It was the most beautiful fossil sea star I have ever seen! Is the best present I have ever receipt!
Teach, Learn, Share
I can offer my experience as geologist and my expertice in environmental and natural risk analysis.
I have been working at the University as a post-graduated teacher and what I enjoy the most are the field works at Patagonia.
Countries I’ve Visited
Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, Mexico
Countries I’ve Lived In
Argentina, Czech Republic, India, Spain, United States, Venezuela